Developing a Leadership Pipeline – Learning from General Electric
What does the future of leadership look like?
Vikram explores this topic using General Electric (GE) as an example.
GE believes leaders inspire others to be their best: when one person grows and improves, we all grow and improve – and together, we all rise. The Company also draws strength from its heritage: the practice of investing in tomorrow’s leaders dates back to the earliest days of the company.
As testament to these core beliefs, GE invests more than $1 billion each year in employee development worldwide. It also advocates company-wide, career-long continuous learning and development. With the help of a global talent pipeline strategy, GE is equipping and inspiring employees to succeed now and in the future.
Through Vikram’s enlightening session, participants will gain insights into:
- The link between corporate culture and leadership development,
- The importance of an experiential culture to learn and develop leaders (80/20 ratio), and
- GE’s longstanding Employee Management system and performance review, allowing leaders to assess and develop their strengths and plan the future of their career.
Through Vikram’s sharing, audiences will come away with valuable lessons that they can apply to their own organisations.